Lost Ethiopian town comes from a forgotten empire that rivalled Rome | New Scientist

Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient buried town in Ethiopia that was inhabited for 1400 years. The town was part of a powerful civilisation called Aksum that dominated East Africa for centuries and traded with other great powers like the Roman Empire. [mc4wp_form id=”6042″] “This is one of the most important ancient civilisations, but people [in […]

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